Myth: Disparities in education are not an issue of race but rather an issue of poverty
Equitable Education portfolio director Matt Morton debunks myths about issues of race and poverty in regards to education
At Meyer, we believe diversity and inclusion are the pathways to equity. We remain deeply committed to the equity journey we began a few years back. This video offers a glimpse at where we are today, in 2019.
Our narrator is Khiarica Rasheed, a poet and graduate from Portland's Grant High School, who lent her voice to our vision.
Watch Pathways to Equity
This partnership between The Collins Foundation, MRG Foundation, The Oregon Community Foundation, Pride Foundation and Meyer creates a coordinated and collaborative funding approach to address issues of immigration and refugees in the state, and to support local organizations responding to these issues. To apply, please read the full Funders Collaborative Scope Process and then click the button below for the downloadable common application, accessible from each funder’s website.
Our partners work on the ground across the state to create safe and healthy communities. The interactive map below displays the grants we have awarded since moving to a strategic model in 2015. To see awards from before 2015, click here.
Nurturing a resilient natural environment, diverse cultures + thriving communities